Iron Wolf – ★ ★ ★ Review
Okay, I know what you’re thinking. Iron Wolf looks terrible, how can it get a three moustache rating? Well, first, it was terrible. It probably should be about a two, maybe a two and a half, but that’s probably stretching things. It earned three moustaches from me because of the entire movie watching experience.
This movie is so cheesy already, I feel I need to go back to the start and live tweet it… #IronWolf
— Greg Switzer (@G_Switzer) March 2, 2018
So I did live Tweet the movie… A few days later, the director noticed! Click the various links to see my full thoughts (and jokes) about Iron Wolf!
You are THE MAN! 😀 So funny. Loved it! ❤ pic.twitter.com/lzozEpECNO
— David Brückner 📹@GamesCom (@ghostpictures) March 6, 2018
I had a great time watching it, even though it was bad… and very flawed at times. The silver lining here is that the director, cast and crew were all genuinely involved in the film and tried their best. I applaud the effort despite the fact that the final product fell a bit short of the mark. The whole idea of a werewolf as a military weapon isn’t that crazy…. okay, maybe it is, but it’s a fun idea to launch a story. Aren’t all stories really just “what ifs?”
Bottom Line: Iron Wolf has a 2.5/10 rating on IMDb, but director David Brückner’s 2018 film Paranormal Demons has an 8.1/10 rating. I’m not really a big fan of horror, but I’m curious to pick it up and see his craft five years later.
Posted on 18-08-18, in 3 Star, Movie Reviews and tagged Carolina Rath, Caterina Döhring, David Brückner, Dominik Starck, Hannes Sell, Iron Wolf, Jens Nier, Michael Krug, Nazi Werewolf, Nico Sentner, Roland Freitag, werewolf. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.